Lloyd M’bwana on 05th Sep

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)- The Blantyre Chief Resident Magistrate Court on Monday, granted bail to the Judiciary Spokesperson Mlenga Mvula, and Reverend Daniel Mhone, on charges of soliciting bribes with church officials amounting to MK10.7 million The development quashes ACB’s application to continue keeping the two in custody; the graft fighting body...

Patience Mandowa on 25th Jul

President Peter Mutharika on Monday appointed Jack Nriva and Thomson Ligowe as High Court Judges. According to the...

ZOMBA-(MaraviPost)-The Judicial Service Commission dismissed magistrate Maxford Gandali after he reportedly failed to uphold...

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)–The High Court of Malawi in Blantyre on Thursday referred the former president Bakili Muluzi’s...

BLANTYRE-(MaraviPost)–Employees of the Judiciary, which is one of the three arms of government, have put down their...

Madonna
MaraviPost on 26th Jan

Pop superstar Madonna is refuting reporting by The Maravi Post and other Malawi Media outlets says she is not planning to...

Malawi Judiciary support staff have declined to suspend their industrial strike and vowed to proceed with their action...

Malawi Judiciary support staff on Friday downed tools and threatened to take a national wide industrial action if their...

Eric Aniva

NSANJE-(MaraviPost)—Blantyre Chief Resident Magistrate Thom Ligowe has taken over Eric Aniva “Hyena’s” case.  This...

Raphael Kasambara

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The High Court in the capital Lilongwe has set August 22, 2016 as the date for hearing of submissions...